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Transferring into Facilities Engineering Technology


Summary of Major 
Semester by Semester Curriculum - BS

 

"Is there a minimum or maximum number of transfer units required for admission to this major?"

 
No, students with any number of college transfer units can be admitted. Note that only the first 70 community college semester units (105 quarter units) can be used toward the total needed for graduation. Any remaining community college units can fulfill specific requirments but not add to the total number of units required for graduation.
 

"What is the shortest amount of time it will take to complete this degree after transferring to Cal Maritime?

All transfer students should plan to spend at least four years at Cal Maritime completing this degree regardless of the number of college units transferred in from other institutions. Transferred courses can, however, reduce the number of courses required in individual semesters allowing time for study in remaining courses, for an academic minor, or for student employment.

"This is an 'impacted' major. How does that change the admission process?"

There is no grade point average (GPA) that guarantees admission.  Admission is competitive.  The applicants with the strongest applications will be offered the limited number of spaces for new students in the program each fall.

Lower Division* Transfer Student Admission Requirements

  • Be in "good standing" (no current suspensions or probations) at all colleges you have attended.
  • These two courses must be completed:
    • A college-level math course (CSU GE area B4) must have been passed with a "C-" or better within five years of the application
    • A college-level English course (CSU GE area A2) must have been passed with a "C-" or better.
  • All other CSU eligibility requirements for freshmen regarding high school grades/courses and standardized test scores for facilities engineering technology must be met.  High School grades and test scores will be used for comparison to similar applicants to the same program.
  • The following items are recommended
    • Calculus I, C- or better
    • Engineering Physics with a lab, C- or better
    • General Chemistry with a lab, C- or better
    • Submission of a resume including the applicant's background connected to engineering, leadership and/or the maritime industry
  • The overall college GPA will be used for comparison to similar applicants to the same program.
     
* Transfer students bringing in fewer than 60 transferrable college semester (or 90 quarter) units are considered "Lower Division" transfer students

Upper Division* Transfer Student Admission Requirements

  • Be in "good standing" (no current suspensions or probations) at all colleges you have attended.
  • These three courses are required.
    • A college-level English course CSU GE area A2) must have been passed with a "C" or better.
    • A "Critical Thinking" course (CSU GE area A3) must have been passed with a "C-" or better.
    • An "Oral Communication" course (CSU GE area A1) must have been passed with a "C-" or better.
  • All of the following courses are also required.
    • Calculus II, C- or better within five years of the intended term of entry
    • General Chemistry with a Lab, C- or better
    • Engineering Physics II, C- or better
    • Engineering Graphics, C- or better
    • Properties of Materials, C- or better
    • Engineering Statics, C- or better
    • U.S. History (CSU GE equivalent course), C- or better
    • Lower-Division Humanities Elective (CSU GE area C2), C- or better
    • All other CSU eligibility requirements must be met. The overall college GPA will be used for comparison to similar applicants to the same program.
  • The following item is recommended: Submission of a resume including the applicant's background connected to engineering, leadership and/or the maritime industry
 

* Transfer students bringing in 60 or more transferrable college semester (or 90 quarter) units are considered "Upper Division" transfer students

"What is the next available entry term?"

Fall, 2019
 

"When can I apply for Fall 2019 and how? 

The application period will be October 1, 2018 through November 30, 2018. Apply online at www.calstate.edu/apply during that application periord. There is a $55.00 application fee required when you submit the online application. Official academic transcripts from all colleges attended are also required. Lower division transfers must also send their high school transcript along with their SAT or ACT score.
 

"I'm not sure which course at my school satisfies one of the courses listed above.  How can I know?"

If you have a question about a specific course that you have already taken or are considering taking, just send us an e-mail to admission@csum.edu with the course name and title.  We can look it up for you and give you an evaluation. You can also ask something like "is it course A, B, or C that satisfies your requirement?"

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For all other degree programs
Apply for Fall 2019 admission
from 10/1/2018 to 11/30/2018

 

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special days or holidays:

Dec. 16 - Last Day of Finals
Dec. 18-22 - School Open but No Classes
Dec. 25-Jan. 1 - Holiday Break - School Closed
Jan. 2-5 - School Open but No Classes
Jan. 8 - Classes Begin

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